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in on $15,000. who has it right on the economy? i am elizabeth mcdonald and welcome to forbes on fox. we'll have steve, mike, and sabrina and john and morgan. mike, who has it right? >> the consumers have it right. going back to 2007 before the last bubble burst, consumers were on it and confidence had started to fall and the stock market took until october to realize. consumers have it right. cheap prices and money is raising stock prices but making consumirs poor. >> steve, these are the data points. retail sales are lowest in nibe months and consumer confidence is down. who has it right? the market hit for the 14th time it hit a record. >> the market has it right. you can have a good market in a economy. it is not good. company corporate earnings are up and they haven't paid it out in dividends and you have a peculliar situation. dividends are higher than bond yield and so the market is not a bull market only because of the dollars going down in value. you can have both. but in real terms the market is also punked. >> you wonder if the blue sky crowd is too much in control. companies
in the regional economy and again there is so much business activity. and we are blessed with just being in this part of the country and the world. i'm very interested in what we are going to hear from our speakers this morning to sort off guide us through this year. now before we get to our program please join me in thanking the organizations and people who made this possible. and you can clap now for awful them but -- this event is jointly presented by san francisco business times and our partner, title sponsor corn irand carey commercial new mark, night, frank. and we are going it hear from dan clef man and dan class man some 14 year ago really came up with this idea, we sat down over lunch and there was another person involved allen cline knelt and which came up with this idea and so i have to give dan much much credit for that. (applause). . very much so. and in 2012, cornish and carey, dominated the area of commercial real estate with over $6 billion in leasing and sales transactions so very good there. and you are soon going to hear from dan and he is going to give us that a go
the american economy. spoiler alert. $5 trillion coin. that will do it. because one, what is that going to do? traditionally the president of the united states submits a budget detailing spending priorities in february. it is april. the president has yet to deliver. most likely taking great care given the enormous stakes, wanting to fine tune this budget to get it just right. it could go... >> dead on arrival. that is the early verdict from house republicans about president obama's budget proposal. >> jon: noooo! it can't be dead. they sent me one. no air holes in it. i'm sure it's fine. i'm sure... noooo! not today, budget. not today. ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: why, these are just scripts for the photocopied budget cover. i've been lying to everybody. all right. but that's just it. the right doesn't like anything obama does. how does the left feel >> furious democrats upset about entitlements >> very disappointed. that is one big pile of [bleep]. >> jon: well, the senator from jurassic park is correct. so finally barack obama brings republicans and democrats together in shared dislike.
.s. economy to a better place. >> host: western to jean-claude touchÉ. how is he different from bernanke? >> guest: he is a different animal. he's a frenchman born in 1942. he's a lifelong public servant. he went to the french school for bureaucrats, worked in the french treasury come immediately to the french central bank and was a real up and comer and 1870s and 80s before becoming a central banker where he helped manage this transition to the euro. this has been about creating in spain a united europe has its own currency. that's his life project. he is in many ways the veteran crises later. he was called the paris club, working outside of latin america and other emerging markets in the late 80s early 90s. it's in his bones. he's a negotiator, an arm twister can get a deal done when it needs to be done. ben bernanke are ervin king is a skillful maneuvering operator. >> host: bernanke cut interest rates aggressively at the beginning about transit dollars of bonds. the european central bank has been less aggressive. t. think that's a different view? >> guest: does much deeper. part of h
to reignite what i consider to be the true engine of the american economy. arising, thriving middle-class. that is what i think about every day and that is the driving force behind every decision that i make. over the past three years, our businesses have created $3.65 million new jobs. are at an all-ts time high. we have to get wages and incomes rising as well. our deficit are falling. at the fastest pace in years. we can do more to bring them down in a balanced and responsible way. is point is our economy poised for progress as long as washington does not get in the way. frankly, the american people deserve better than what we have been seeing. a short sighted, crisis-driven decision making like the across- the-board spending cuts that are hurting communities out there. cuts that economists predict will cost us hundreds of thousands of jobs. if we want to keep rebuilding our economy on a stronger, more stable foundation, then we got to get smarter about our priorities as a nation. and that's what the budget i'm sending to congress today represents. a fiscally responsible blueprint
economy but i'm troubled by the growth or lack thereof of the american economy. the simple true is far too many families are still struggling. they face higher food prices and gas prices twings prices for children. meanwhile, many had hours reduced and wages frozen. flozz cure-all but there are real achieveable policies that could help strengthen this economy and turn things around for american families. chief among those are fixing our broken, outdated and complex tax code and balancing our budget. i'm sure you will hear from mr. ryan and others on the need to balance the budget, which is the administration's budget never does so i will focus today on the tax code. america's tax code is broken. and i'm committed to working with anyone, republican or democrat, to fix it. and that's why i was encouraged the president put forward a plan to tackle a few of the challenges facing our tax code in his budget. but the simple truth is that the president's proposal isn't the real reform we need and it doesn't go nearly far enough to address the need of all job creators. the problem with our tax code
below 2% gdp and bring down national debt dead relative to size relative to size of the economy in 10 years. brewster the nation's fiscal cut that tax loopholes that take a fair and balanced approach. at the same time the budget incorporates elements to speaker by last december. they make the difficult choices to find common ground. consistent with that offer come in the budget includes being the president would not put forward such as means testing command that a character in a related premiums and the more accurate the less generous measure of inflation. it includes proposals only so they come together around a complete and comprehensive package to shrink the deficit by $1.8 trillion over 10 years and are meant the fiscal uncertainty that hampers economic growth and job creation. this remark does not represent the starting point for negotiation. represent tagamet savings and additional roadrunners for those of the. the two cannot be separated and were not separated last december when we were close to a bipartisan agreement. this budget provides achievable solutions to fiscal p
, so why is president obama still receiving low marks for his handling of the economy? kristin romans h christine rome. >>> "your money next." >> the sky isn't falling, not yet anyway. if the worst is over in washington, is now the time when president obama steps in and shapes his legacy? this is "your money." to start the country needs a blueprint. like any country, this business needs a budget. president obama insists one republicans can work with. >> for years the debate in this town has raged between chrreduc deficits at all costs and making investments necessary to grow our economy. this budget answers that argument because we can do both. >> gore yegloria, crunch time f obama and washington. good morning, gloria. you write president obama now has a chance to act on his to-do list, which you say could set his legacy for the second term. movement on gun control, real immigration reform and for the first time a new federal budget. we'll break down the president's budget proposal later in the show but let's say an agreement on federal budget and immigration reform could change america
, the country needs a blueprint for this economy. like any business, this country needs a budget. president obama introduced his latest plan invisiting it's one republicans can work with. >> for years the debate in this town has raged between reducing our deficits at all costs and making investments necessary to grow our economy. this budget answers that argument, because we can do both. >> gloria borger, author of "crunch time for obama and washington." good morning, gloria. you write president obama now has a chance to act on his to-do list, which you say could set his legacy for the second term. movement on gun control, real immigration reform and for the first time until four years, a new federal budget. we'll break down the president's budget proposal later in the show but let's say an agreement on federal budget and immigration reform could change america's economic landscape. why do you think now is crunch time for this president and his agenda? >> because he's in his second term and the window starts to close after about 18 months in. this is a president who didn't think he was goin
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. i was in beijing. i saw the reality there. it has become much more of the global economy. how much of these factors are the realities that we are working with today? i'm concerned that people don't realize that the world has changed. it is a global economy. we have to help our business be more successful. i will give you one more point then i want your response. i met with the minister of trade in january. himself and the vice in two separate meetings told me the same thing, we want to grow our economy 20 million jobs a year. that's what we're averaging. i think japan has been, obviously, a big factor but china and india coming online. i'm a blue collar kid i've watched what is happening in manufacturing. to me, that is one of the biggest issues we're not taking into account. the world has changed. we have to help our businesses be more successful. what are your thoughts on that? >> congressman, i agree totally we have to compete in a global and competitive world. i was in china a couple of weeks ago and i made the strong case that we need to be able to compete in a fair way, havin
immigration and the impact on jobs in the u.s. economy. >> immigration, allowing people to enter our borders can be beneficial to immigrants and the rest of the country. when it comes to immigration, it is not right versus left, republican vs. democrat issue. it is those who have power to influence policy. average american heart regardless of political affiliation does want to see immigration laws enforced. amnesty. chris immigration laws. take up the highest unemployment rate right now is the young people. -- >> the highest and a plummet right now is the young people. the problem is is the way we have done it, they do not pay tax. you have to pay tax. and the employer would pay the tax. pay becauseid not it will not be here -- foreigner does not pay because they will not be here long. but we did not have the employer pay either. if the employer hires you, you will have to pay 15 percent more. why would anyone hire american when you can hire foreigners and pay them 15% less? with high unemployment, is the sticking point for a lot of people. a lot of little things like that within our immigra
everything i can to reignite what i consider to be the true engine of the american economy, rising, thriving middle class. that's what i think about every day. that's the driving force behind every decision that i make. over the past three years, our businesses have created nearly 6.5 million new jobs, but we know we can help them create more. corporate profits are at an time high, but we have to get wages and incomes rising as well. our deficits are falling at the fastest pace in years, but we can do more to bring them down in a balanced and responsible way. the point is our economy is poised for progress. as long as washington doesn't get in the way. frankly, the american people deserve better than what we've been seeing, a short sided crisis-driven decisionmaking like the reckless across-the- board spending cuts that are already hurting a lot of communities out there. cuts that economists predict will cost us hundreds of thousands of jobs during the course of this year. if we want to keep rebuilding our economy on a stronger, more stable foundation, then we got to get smarter about our pr
of the tenure plan. is there anything that we can do to get the economy growing faster. it's more than what has been going on in the past 50 years. >> it's a plan to speed up job creation. and that is what the president has designed the budget to do. it's critical that weigh make the kinds ofs investments that will speed up growth. like investing in roads and highways, and enabling more people to go to college. and helping youngsters go to preschool. that will help growth in the long run. but because of slower population growth and slower growth in the working age population, in the aassumptions in the budget and we tried to be modest in those, we assume the rate is 2.3%. >> i'm afraid we have to leave it there. thank you, mr. kruger for being with us. >> my pleasure. >> from the u.s. economy to the global economy. easy monetary policy is one of the reasons that the world economy is getting stronger according to the chief of the international monetary fund. christine mcguard speaking at the meeting in new york, which i attended said that expectations are stable. giving the banks around the worl
to the economy. that is no different than the past generations of immigrants who have come from other parts of the world. whether they were forced to come to this country, like the black slaves, they filled an economic need, whether it was the irish, jewish, the chinese. we all have this great contribution that was made to this nation as working people and really boosting the creation of the middle-class. my hope is, especially now with this opportunity around immigration reform, that we fix our laws in such a way that it really does give recognition to the hard work of millions of men and women to this economy, to this nation, and that will boost the economy for everyone, it will boost the economy and create a stronger middle-class. we have had our downside as a way we have been treated, but i think we are -- we work hard, we want to raise our families, have a good education. the alamo was fought in texas. when i was growing up, the mexicans for the good guys. we could only swim on wednesdays because that was the day when the pool was cleaned and that was a mexican day. i was the first lat
to kick our economy into overdrive. i'm tracy byrnes in for brenda buttner. jerry g smith, toe lynn smith, jonas max ferris and witness, john, time to scrap the tax code altogether. will it help jump start this economy? >> yes, it will help jump start this economy, we have over 72,000 plus pages right now of tax code because we've had decade after decade of politicians giving favors to different people and we cannot simply put more bandaids on it. and what are we going to do, put more on top of those pages? it costs americans 34 billion dollars a year in compliance right now, we're at historic lows as far as revenue to gdp, 15 to 16% and the only way to get there fairly is to completely overhaul this antiquated horribly system. >> i'm with him 110%. how are you going to get through the lobbyists and special interest groups, and marching out to get the political favors done for the constituents? >> look, the points are true except that you can't get from point a to point b. the special interest groups are groups like home owners and people with kids and people money in an ira. what makes i
of its banking regions over the past 6 weeks with the overall economy getting a big boost from housing and strong auto sales. the central bank also said the economy performed better during march and week's jobs report and the dip in retail sales would indicate. >> but that report didn't do much to boost confidence today. the market had created confusion for investors. do i say the source? sell or is now a good time to buy? >>> the head of global research is managing half a trillion dollars in retirement assets. this is a very confusing and nerve racking time for investors trying to navigate through all of this. how do investors sort through all of this information? >> we're dealing with a lot of noise right now. just this week, we're dealing with a lot of volatility. we had to deal with a decline in oil prices and earnings have started out quite rockly. so what we're trying to do is look through some of this noise and find stocks that can do well for the long run. an example of that are companies tied to the housing market such as realogy. they're going to do well as housing prices and
the investments necessary to grow our economy. this budget answers that argument because we can do both. >> reporter: get the top republican on the senate budget committee quickly noted while deficits shrink in the short term, the president's budget would add over $8 trillion in long-term debt increase government spending by 56 percent of the next decade, so the president's plan to include a cut the social security benefits to who republicans on the grand bargain did little to when the speaker's part. >> she does deserve some credit for some big criminal internal reforms. i would hope that he would not hold hostage this modest reform for his demand for bigger tax cuts -- hikes. >> reporter: they know that it is designed to win over rank-and-file republicans, not the leaders. quickly shot back, the speaker cannot pick and choose the concessions. >> the offer that is there for the speaker is not a menu. you cannot decide to only pick of the concessions that the president has made. >> reporter: a bigger problem is the push for change in cpi, recalculation of the consumer price index that w
is easing us in, but waiting until 2020? >> he believes that by spending money to stimulate the economy, if you stimulate the a economy there will be more revenues, more revenues for the government. >> so that was his thinking behind the stimulus package. >>? 2009. >> obviously hasn't worked but that's the way he thinks about economics, i think that's fair to say. but this is 2013. he's say questioning should start deficit reduction in 2020? the debt crisis will have come and gone by then if we don't get the situation under control. we proposed balancing the budget in the house. we bam the budget not just because you want numbers to add up, but it's the right thing to do to grow the economy to improve people's lives. if we want to restore this country and fight poverty and get people back on their feet again and get out of the slow economy, shrinking paychecks, we have to have a break with the politics of the past. the president is proposing morph the same. that's the problem as we see it. this is one of those status quo budgets, much like the senate budge i. he proposes never to balanc
wanted to go into deeper issues how we make our economy sustainable and we imposed too harsh austerity not only on greece but your ro wide policy and part of a policy i had to follow in order to make sure greece stayed inside the euro and did not go bankrupt. >> you talk about similarities, in terms of inheriting a balance sheet that was bequeathed to you by a center right party that was wildly out of rack, one of the things that happens in american political context, greece is a watch word on the american right. basically the idea is greece was essentially a people that tried to basically lazily expands their welfare state. they blew up the entire country and then they went bankrupt and then they had crisis. this is what the conservatives say the u.s. is and is becoming. >> i disagree with. >>> want you to respond. >> congressman darryl issa warning if congress doesn't take on spending the country will go into a downward slide to make us like greece. >> what i'm looking for is to save medicare and spending in the country to look like greece. >> that aline makes us look like greece. >>
. gold also had a positive day. but i believe the plunge in gold is a very good sign for the economy, just as it was in the '80s and '90s. in other words, some optimism. and senator marco rubio unveils the new immigration reform bill today. here's the key point. when we look at the benefits and score them dynamically, immigration reform will be a huge boost to the economy. "the kudlow report" begins right now. >>> first up tonight, president obama will travel to boston thursday for an interfaith service with bombing victims. more than 24 hours after two bombs ripped through marathon crowds killing three, wounding 170 others, investigators are still no closer to answers. late this afternoon, the fbi said no claims of responsibility have been received, and the search for suspects is wide open. deborah boxdy joins us now from boston with all of the latest. good evening, deborah. >> reporter: good evening, larry. i'm live here along boylston street in the heart of boston, about four blocks or so away from the marathon's finish line, where those two bombs exploded just one day ago. securi
our work force which as a result grow our economy going forward. the president's budget is brave enough to invest in our american children and american workers today rather than putting an offer or focusing exclusively on deficit reduction and the best way for us to get out of the deficit, the reduce the deficit is to actually get back into making sure we are educating our work force, creating a work force of tomorrow that is better prepared to compete in world and to regain our position as the copper base of production on this planet so thank you very much. >> the gentleman's time has expired. gentleman from south carolina. >> thank you, mr. chairman for being here. i appreciate very much your willingness to come and put your life on the president's budget for us. i want to start, when i say balanced hymie revenues should be equal to expenses or expenses -- when you say balance we need to have a tax. >> when i say balance, spending cuts and revenue as a balanced approach. >> you mean -- >> not a tax rate that tax reform. >> taxpayers -- >> by closing loopholes. >> when listeners
to affect business and the economy in the united states and what it all means for your money melissa: straight to our top story tonight, the city of boston, massachusetts, is still reeling following yesterday's horrific bombing near the finish line of the boston marathon. president obama speaking out today on the tragedy, calling the attack, an act of terrorism. now with the latest news out of boston is fox news's craig boswell. >> the bombs detonated at the boston marathon used six liter pressure cookers packed with shards of metal, nail and ball bearings. they were place inside a black duffel bag and set on the ground. >> we had an attack. >> doctors removed sharp objects from lower extremities of victims. >> many have wound mostly in the lower part of their body, wound rated to the place effect of the bomb as well as small metallic fragments. >> the two bombs exploded about 12 seconds apart. the first near the finish line where 8-year-old martin richard was there to cheer on his father. the little boy was killed in the blast. when he ran back to his mother,wo siblings. bill richar
it doesn't matter that the economy is just so-so? >> well, you have balance sheets and corporations in great shape, and revenue growth so-so, and i agree with that. but in reality where else do you put your money? people are looking at a wave of activity coming into the marketplace over the next year or so as people look to grow their revenue in alternative sources with really cheap fngs. >> i want to ask you about real estate in a minute. david, how do you see things? the federal reserve fuelling this rally do. you think the economy gets better this year? >> we're going to get slow growth. we still have an unemployment problem. the federal reserve obviously said that they may end up not doing as much stimulus by the end of this year. >> which was another headline this week. >> which is a headline, which is affecting gold prices, among other things if you will. as you mentioned, everything in the world is relative. relative with regard to investment tumults, relative with asset classes, the financial condition of the country as compared to other sovereign nation, et cetera. >> let m
. the thing that worries me, no one is excited to be rich. and we're in this kraep economy where i know we're at 7:00 unemployment. and people -- it almost seems to be the time for social issues. i'd be interesting to see what the percent of people, the general percent of people invested in the market. there are still times when cocktail waitresses are talking about it, where parties are talking about it. the only thing that scares me is the back drop still feels kind of negative. it doesn't feel like a bottoming economy that makes me think this is 85 million coming in from the fed and maybe this is artificial and that the economy has gone up with where the market has done. there's people not -- >> no this year n. >> wow. that will be -- >> it wouldn't be that 18% kissing your sister that we talked about yesterday. i'm getting excited about about the market. watch out. >> it is catching. >> and we'll see today, if one guy comes on today and says, oh -- >> well, you're scaring all of them away from that right now. >> they should be. they make money. they get paid at these firms to say this
in the u.s. economy. we do think they will continue to post good progress on the restructuring, number one. and number two the mortgage banking is is not a big revenue item for citi. >> tell us the thinking with welli in s far go. long-term, you think it's a good buy? >> long-term, everyone is worried about the short-term mortgage banking numbers as you talk about. that was 19 of the 20 questions on the wells fargo call was about it. if you think in the bigger picture. rising home prices and we are seeing a strong market this spring. are a good thing for banks. credit quality is better and at the end of the darks higher home prices mean people will borrow more money. >> bank stocks have been rallying since december. is this the end of the roally? >> i think home prices are a good backdrop for it. but the ten year bond yield has come down, that is tough for the banks inity short-term. over the next year, we think there will be background because of the home prices. >> any disclosure? you own any of them? >> no. i don't. >> we will leave it there. thank you for coming on. director of researc
on maduro. everyone has said the top issue has been a crime and the economy. wants to take on the legacy. capriles was trying to make it an election about maduro. the results will be important, but beyond that, how much would ever candidate wins by will be telling about where the country will be going. not only who wins but how much they win by. camp, s go to the other the headquarters. run a fart seems has more aggressive campaign to them last time around. accused meduro of being helped by other forces. there have been all sorts of shenanigans according to capriles. >> those accusations continued. until a few minutes ago people here were celebrating, and now everyone is silent. they are awaiting results. there is lots of anxiety. there are rumors. they are saying, we won, but no one is able to confirm anything. this has been an aggressive campaign. capriles has been accusing everyone of abuse of power. he asked the president of the electoral station to close the holdings because they had information people were trying to go inside. he said the will of the people was to reject the govern
aid package. that is the cypriot finance minister tells cnbc, he has growth plans for the economy, but acknowledges there are tough times coming. >> we know we are in for an upright, but the sooner and the more decisive our actions will be now, the sooner we shall be over this difficulty period. >>> and earnings begin to flood in this week. the dow, s&p 500 are getting set to report results. >> announcer: you're watching "worldwide exchange," bringing you business news from around the globe. >>> all right. >> back together. >> back together. >> for a couple of weeks. been anywhere? >> around europe, around england all weekend. it was timely nice weather yesterday, though. but we saw stratford upon avon, oxford a little bit. i love the attitude ooe oor sty. i'm such a sucker. do you know what i did last week? notre dame cathedral. you can go to mass there. at 8:00 in the morning, there were probably 15 people total. it was a really cool experience. anyway, back now. i'm back now. >> good. and a lot to talk about at the beginning of a new week. u.s. secretary of state john kerry is
surprised economists. the world's second-largest economy still expanding but seems to be losing some steam. >>> welcome to nhk world "newsline." people in north korea are celebrating an important holiday as people elsewhere continue to watch the country's leaders. north korea's citizens are observing what would have been the 101st birthday of the nation's founder kim il-sung. leader kim jong-un marked the day by visiting his grandfather's mausoleum. >> state-run tv reports kim was accompanied by close aides, including his uncle and mentor. it was kim's first appearance on state media since a session of the north korean parliament two weeks ago. people in neighboring countries fear he'll mark the holiday by ordering the test of a ballistic missile. pictures out of pyongyang send a different message. presidents have laid flowers. at statues of kim il-sung and kim jong-il. >>> north korea's leaders have made repeated threats targeting people in other countries, in spite of repeated calls for restraint. officials in pyongyang escalated tensions after u.n. security council members approved stri
there about the global economy, there is growing confidence in the long- term outlook for stock markets in the world safe haven investment of choice seems to have lost its shine ash for stock markets. the world safe haven -- for stock markets. the world safe haven investment of choice seems to have lost its shine. >> for centuries, investors have seen gold as a safe bet. but now they are in a rush to part with the precious metal. on friday alone, 23 tons of it was sold on the markets. a few months ago, gold was still reaching peak prices, but since then its value has plummeted. it is now worth no more than $1400 per ounce. a similar collapse was last seen at the outbreak of the financial crisis in 2008. ecb head mario draghi might have something to do with it. he recently hinted that cyprus might need to sell off some of its gold to stock up on cash. cyprus has a relatively small gold reserve, but investors fear other countries facing difficulties, like italy, could follow suit. it has a whopping 2500 tons of gold. the economy in the u.s. could also have an impact as investors become ol
, i'll explain about the current status of japan's economy to the delegates. i'll talk about the monetary easing measures we are taking which are meant to achieve the 2% price target. >> an economic recovery in japan, the world's third largest economy, will benefit the global economy. u.s. stock prices closed lower for a second consecutive day. the dow jones ended up 14,537. to find out how stocks are trading let's go to ramin at the tokyo stock exchange. there's some negative spilling over. what is expected? >> markets are really focusing on what may come out of that g-20 meeting. let's have a look at how the markets here are opening this friday, april 19th. both indexes in the positive. 13,263 for the nikkei. the nikkei ended lower on thursday and so far it's down on the wheat. it may give direction as we heard that ibm's earnings fell for the last quarter highlighting the fall. microsoft and google beat some estimates. that may also give some direction about the outlook for the u.s. economy. earnings and economic data there, a little bit of a focus as well. >> the g-20 is
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